Indirect bonding technique (IDB) is called the two-stage process, with which the orthodontic brackets are temporarily connected to the dental preforms of the study mold from where are transferred into the mouth with a template transfer splint that maintains the predetermined direction of the brackets, thus allowing now their simultaneous bonding upon the teeth surface of the patient undergoing orthodontic treatment.
As a laboratory, we have introduced and support the indirect bonding technique to make the patients of our doctor collaborators happy by providing the smoothest and most painless approach that allows for the fastest bracket installation process and ensures their correct placement into every tooth. This process equates to less time, greater precision, minor inconvenience, and greater patient confidence.
The indirect bonding (buccal and lingual) is typically more precise than the traditional direct bracket bonding. The brackets are placed into a laboratory model that can be turned 360 degrees as necessary to depict and determine each angle and detail. With the precise placement of each bracket, we are allowed to begin the proper treatment from the first day to move the teeth with greater precision, thus making the orthodontic therapy a smoother and faster journey.
Our laboratory followed the most worldwide modern and advanced cad digital therapy systems based on past knowledge and analog approaches (T.A.R.G. -Torque Angulation Reference Guide machines). Following the technological advancement and innovations in the Orthodontic field, we now offer many Indirect Bonding Tray planning designing and construction options.
F.N. Orthodontics is the laboratory that commits to using a web cloud-based platform to manage all the digital idb orthodontic cases, prints the final structures, and prepare the IDB process. It is time for future designs of high technology, precision, and very satisfactory clinical results!
Stay tuned for more information and updates in the field of both buccal and lingual digital indirect bonding systems.